I am pretty sure the next time you head over for that late night snack, you’ll think twice before you get a burger. Watch this to see why…
Forget the lies. THIS is how McDonald’s actually makes its hamburger meat, and you may be pleasantly surprised.
A low carb version of this popular dish – pan-fried free range chicken breasts and broccoli covered in a sauce made from coconut milk, double cream and parmesan and topped with crispy bacon.
Japan is straight-up crazy. The Japanese Burger King has released a black burger, which is literally black.
You, your body and your soul need to take this moment to relax in some spring warmth this weekend. Soak up the sunshine and live music, and relax.
The classic ‘boozy wine farm Saturday lunch’ doesn’t get more real than at Haute Cabriere wine estate in Franschhoek. The home of Pierre Jourdan is kicking off Spring in style, and you’re invited!
We think we’re so above it all, don’t we? Cape Town locals love to avoid ‘hot-spots;’ during season, as they attempt to ‘avoiding the chaos’ – but the joke’s actually on us.
If you have always wondered what skill to work on to have the ladies flock to you, wonder no more, Seelan’s made it easy.
We have come to know and love vida for their reliably delicious coffee and their ever expanding snacks to accompany a quick brew at any time of the day. As per usual, they have just stepped things up a notch and… WOW!
With the Banting diet taking over the trends of weight loss at the moment, it is only natural that it should come under some rather critical discussion. While Tim has defended his stance, there is more to the debate than meets the eye.
We’ve all done it – cruising through the V&A and you’re assaulted by the colourful explosion at the French-named cookware shop, so you venture in. But then you notice they’re treating thousands like they’re hundreds. Why, man?
Eating out and enjoying the fine-dining world of Cape Town is always a plus, but often we don’t get to actually see what’s going on behind those kitchen doors.
Southern Africa has the most varied cuisines of any region on the continent, and Mail & Guardian has celebrated that by listing the top 20 most popular African foods.
Celebrity Professor Tim Noakes’ popular low-carbohydrate “banting” diet is neither healthier nor better for dropping kilos, according to a Stellenbosch University.
There is nothing more depressing that being too cold to drink your favourite vino this winter – and lets face it there have been some BITTER days when even the best bottle of ” warm-pyjamas” red has just not managed to get the chill out of your bones – this is the solution!
Chicken fillets coated in sesame, fresh coriander, lime leaves and chilli and pan-fried in peanut oil. Accompanied by a lemon and soy dipping sauce. Broccoli stir-fried in a garlic oyster sauce on the side.
Getting excluded from your own braai because you’re the cook isn’t ideal – but there’s a way to make sure you keep up with your guests while handling the cooking.
Kitchen inhabitants get to cooking up a storm with a Seven Piece Cast Iron Pot Set in a choice of four colours. Featuring a frying pan, small casserole, medium casserole and large casserole, the Pot Set provides all the necessary tools for a range of cooking.
We can only imagine what a bar brawl turns into at Shooters Grille, as everyone is welcome to wield their guns, including the staff.
While we all put up a perfect façade of rebellious independence, you would be lying if you said you didn’t love a treat on a silver platter every now-and-then. This is your healthy eating treat – silver platter and all…